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Old 11-27-2011, 07:16 PM
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Re: My newest varmint rifle Pics.

Hello Edd,

It's a Brux #8 standard target barrel, 26" from action to crown. I don't know about the flute specs, except that it's got 6 of them and they appear to a pretty standard depth.

Rifle weighs 10 lbs 3 oz without scope.

Hindsight being what it is, I should've went with a #6 or #7 or maybe even the remington varmint contour. Would've saved some weight and I believe would still be heavy enough, considering it's only 6mm bore size. But live and learn, next time I'll have a better idea. This was a "first for me" with Brux contours.

Still haven't had a chance to shoot it myself, been too busy at work and other necessary things.
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